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Re: Where are selinux workarounds/exceptions/hacks tracked?



On 09/05/2009 12:17 PM, nodata wrote:
> I remember ages and ages ago when selinux first came to Fedora that lots
> of apps (Java, flash, Mozilla/Firefox) didn't work because the apps did
> dodgy things with memory.
> 
> I was wondering if these dodgy things still existed, and if they did,
> what effort was being put into making them go away? Is it tracked
> anywhere?
> 
> Thanks.
> 
Java/Mono/Wine all have to do the dodgy things in memory,  Since by there nature they write to a memory location and then execute the code.  I believe firefox/Mozilla has been fixed.  Also certain libflash instances have been fixed.


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